Word a Day Revisited Index of Cartoons Illustrating the Meanings of Words

(as presented by Mickey Bach, the cartoonist who defined words with related illustrations)

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Sometimes you will see more than one illustration for a word entry,
which is meant to provide you with a better understanding of the words.

"A picture is worth a thousand words" refers to the idea that complex ideas can be conveyed with images or illustrations. If this is true, then you will be able to comprehend THOUSANDS of WORDS by clicking on the links in this index.Smily face

Commonplace, worn out by constant use.
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trite, more trite, most trite

A reference to a situation in which someone finds it very difficult to endure what is going on; referring to conditions or people who are too unpleasant to deal with or to accept. (1)
Someone who makes an effort to help others settle their strong disagreements with each other. (1)
To prohibit someone from doing something or from using something; to forbid; to restrain a person or to debar by authority from something. (2)
To intersperse or to mix and to embellish a speech or some writing content with different materials. (1)
A period of time when there is a temporary halt or cessation between events or activities. (1)
Stopping and starting at regular intervals or at irregular times. (1)
To modify a text or to corrupt it by inserting new or abnormal material into the contents. (1)
To intrude or to place between something, or someone; to interrupt verbally or physically. (1)
To formally question someone thoroughly, often in an aggressive or threatening manner. (3)
To scatter among other things at intervals; to supply or to diversify with something that is placed here and there in different locations. (2)
Pertaining to being ungovernable, unruly, or difficult to control or to manage. (2)
Self-examinations or contemplations of one's personal thoughts and feelings. (2)
To get into a situation without an invitation or permission. (1)
To become less sensitive and learning to accept something that is not pleasant and is usually difficult or painful to endure. (1)
Descriptive of becoming adapted to existing situations or accustomed to something negative. (1)

For special Christmas and
New Year's Mickey Bach images, go to this
Holiday Greetings; 2012 to 2013 unit.

The cartoons are NOT intended to be disrespectful to any one,
neither in the past nor in the present!
The only reason the images are shown is to provide another way to see
the words that are presented from a different perspective

. . . with a touch of humor!
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